While watching MTV this weekend (Top Model marathon), I noticed this commercial for Hooters. It's a straight-up recruitment ad for waitresses, targeting MTV's young, impressionable demographic, most of whom measure success in terms of fame rather than accomplishments, thanks largely to shows like The Hills, and role models like Paris Hilton. Recognizing this, Hooters describes the position as working with your friends, making a good living, traveling, appearing in magazines and starring in commercials, calling it a "dream job." Uh, we're talking about a waitressing job where you have to wear an unflattering combination of shiny nude tights with booty shorts and scrunchy, thick white socks, while serving chicken wings, right? Right?


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